125 (Kh. and Sh, tlie same), to be sufficient, as much as,—only used In compose tion; kd-fihdng, the same as shang, what r, I, 38, 43 (written kg); 93* 220. The compound is explained as M, measure, and shdng, know. AH adjective, all (so Sh.) : tdng-ka, all all, all, III, 4, written tdng-kd in III, 13, kg, often written for M, q.v. ifea (Kh, and Sh. ka), to dance, I, 35. McMrl (borrowed word)3 a magistrate's court, eutcherry, II, 17. Jcai (Kh. and Sh., the same, Siamese £Aa£), a fowl, 72. &u, in jn-M, an elder brother, 1,8; pi, by itself, means the same, Cf. ai mphu-ai. kdn (Southern Sh. ka, Northern Sh. kdn)t a place; hence, Mn-pdt place aide, t.e., towards; man kdn-pd, towards her, II, 12; na-kdn-mu, before place time, hence, as usual, II, 8, kdn (Kh, the same), a suffix denoting mutuality, as in pd-kdn, mutually accom- panied, copulated, I, 7 ; cf. rang-kdn, to consult. kdn, to begin; pdn-k&n . . . ;aa, began to divide, I, 3; doin-kdn, began to be with, I, 7; rdk-kdn, began to, love, felt compassion, I,-23; chum-kdn-fan, began to kiss, I, 24; ku-kan-td, fear began feel, became frightened, II, 13 ; khd-kdn'phd'kdn, to begin to cut. kdn (Sh. the same), a hard mass, a block ; kanphra, a mass of rock, III, 16. kang, in kang-to, to bring (a thing) into, or keep it in subjection; (?) to collect (Cf. Sh. kdng), III, 6. kdt (Kh. and Sh. the same), a market, bazaar; kdt-Kim (te&)» a shopkeeper, 241. kdt (Sh. the same), to embrace; Past, kdt, vriihjau supplied from the following clause, embraced, I, 23, k<w, former, previous, II, 4, kau (Kh,, Sh. and Siamese the same), numeral, nine, 9. kau, often written kdw (Kh. and Sh,, the same, Siamese ku), pronoun, * I,' 14—16. Nominative, kau-ko91,17 (bis), 19 (bis), 24,253 43,44, 46; II, 6; 205; Ace., kau} I, 20; II, 18; Dative, kau, I, 45 ; general oblique form, kaiirmai, II, 4 (by me watching was done); an ka&-ma*> before me9 238; Genitive, following governing noun, $0 to, my father, I, 18. 238; preceding governing noun, 1,15, 46, 51; II, 2, 6, 8; 226. The plural is rau, we, q. V. kau (Kh. and Sh. kung kau), a spider, III, 7» 15. ke, crooked (H.). ken, see kin. (Kh., Sh, and Siamese the same), % skve, 57 ; with ttk or fi&ng the word usually means a paid servant; khd-Ukt a male servant, I, 15, 21, 36; kka* fiung, a female servant, 1,16; lik-khd (Kh. Idk-kM), a boy, 54, 239. the hand (H.). khd> to cut; doublet, khd-phdn, cut cut, to cut; with kdn, to begin, we have Ha* kdn-phdn-kan, to begin to cut, khdk-khai, division-division, in every division, everywhere III, 5, khdm (Kh. and Sh, the same, Siamese thang-khdm), evening, twilight, II, 11. khdm (Kh. and Sh. the same), gold, I, 48; III, 19 ; 45. khdm, in khdm-kula (the members of the compound have no meaning), a servant; plural, khau khdm-kuld, I, 26.